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Mville c2 l faculty development presentation   spring 2011

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    Mville c2 l faculty development presentation   spring 2011 Mville c2 l faculty development presentation spring 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • Evaluation of Faculty DevelopmentPractice at Johnson and WalesUniversityAlison CarsonJim FrankGillian Greenhill HannumMANHATTANVILLE COLLEGE
    • Johnson and Wales UniversityFaculty Development Practice “Critical Reflection: A Practitioner’s Approach toEnhancing the Student Learning Experience” Cross-disciplinary faculty development Emphasizes pedagogical learning Introduces the DEAL model of critical reflection(Ash & Clayton, 2004, 2010)
    • DEAL (Ash & Clayton) D = Describe the experience objectively (who,what, when, why, where) E = Examine the experience using reflectiveprompts by category of learning goal (personalgrowth, civic learning, academic enhancement) AL = Articulate Learning (what was learned,how was it learned, why did it matter, whatshould be done in light of what was learned?)
    • Thinking analytically… A sense of urgency Build a shared language Acknowledge implicit mental models Think and act systematically Practice what we preach Social construction of knowledge Embed the discussion of assessment withinthe session
    • Effectiveness of Practice Development of trust and a learning communitythrough discussion– Leads to openness to evaluate implicit mentalmodels Time will tell
    • Questions in anticipation ofapplication: J&W: “With the integration of a deeper and moreintentional reflection component in the Johnson &Wales Internship programs and internshipprojects/assignments…”– I would be very interested to hear more about this. Was thisdone through faculty committee? Administration? J&W: “We believe that the training workshop offered anoutlet for faculty interested in pursuing reflection moreintentionally”– How do we move beyond those faculty who are alreadyinterested? What role do incentives play in encouraging facultyparticipation in professional development at J&W?
    • Questions beyond J&W’s practice Building trust: How to do this beyond sharingsuccessful strategies? Angelo views “academic departments as themost promising units of instructional reformand heads of departments as the naturalleaders in transforming departmental cultures.”– How might we harness this potential in ourePortfolio plans?